Wow, this was one of our most pleasant surprises in dining experiences. We weren't sure what to expect from a strip mall restaurant in an out of the way location.
The decor was as good as it gets and would be impressive for mid town Manhattan. The live flute/clarinet player's sounds and video's of Peru were impressive greetings.
It was close to 8 PM on a Sunday night and we got the only free table.
The menu is full of Peruvian dishes, all unfamiliar to us. The waitress was very patient explaining each item and making suggestions. She said if we wished to try several different dishes we could order half portions.
The waitress took the orders, two servers brought the food, one with each dish and knew which of us ordered each dish. They also made nice comments about each dish and the spices on the table.
Throughout the meal the waitress and managers stopped by to ensure we were comfortable, additional needs were taken care of and were satisfied with our meal choices.
Live music and interesting photos of Peru on the video screens continued throughout our meal.
The wine, espresso and desert were all above average. The tool bill, including three glasses of wine and the tip was $87.50.
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